Thursday, January 26, 2012

Electric Mills for Coffee– Comparing It to Manual Coffee Mills

Electric mills are usually used by individuals who don’t want to taste less authentic and instant versions of coffee. They usually prefer those fresh, aromatic and flavourful tastes of brewed coffee. The only device that could aid them in making a traditional coffee is grinding mills. With grinding meals, one could use an electric mill and a manual mill. Both of which has its advantages and disadvantages. A coffee lover would just have to choose between the two of them, since both of them can still grind coffee. Below is the discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of having them for your brewed coffee.

Manual mills for coffee, as compared to electric mills, are not only time consuming but it also consumes too much effort. This is because you usually need to manually grind the coffee itself. In fact, most health junkie would declare that having a manual coffee grinding mill is an excellent way to develop your arm muscles. This is not surprising since you need to manually rotate the grinding handle to grind the coffee beans inside. By doing this, you will be able to finish grinding one cup of coffee beans for one to two hours. This is the obvious disadvantage that manual grinding mills have. You need to consume too much effort just to grind one cup of coffee beans. This also means that you cannot have your coffee instantly, which is not perfect for emergency purposes.

Because of this, if you are in a hurry, then using electric mills in grinding your coffee beans is the perfect device. This device is a plug and play type. You no longer need to wait and use your arm muscles just to have your brewed coffee. You just put in your coffee beans in the container and you just need to wait for not more than 5 minutes and the grinding are done. In other words, if you are in a hurry but you wanted to have brewed coffee, electric grinding mills are perfect for you.

However, when it comes to flavour and aroma, the coffee beans grinded in a manual grinding mill has the most advantage. Because there is no heat generation in manual grinding mills, coffee lovers claimed that the resulted coffee’s aroma and flavour is much alive and tasteful. Comparing the results of coffee grinded in electric mills, due to the heat generation while the coffee is grinded, it resulted to a much bland taste and aroma. Thus, traditionalist coffee lovers prefer to have manual mills than electric mills in grinding their coffee beans.